PanTerra Launches Unified Communications Service
PanTerra, a software solutions provider that is generally aimed at mid-market level enterprises, announced yesterday that they will be launching a new, next generation unified communications service. The service, called Streams, will be cloud-based, and will allow for greater communication and team-based collaboration amongst users.
Streams will have all of the real time communications services that have become standard for unified communications services. Users will be able to use voice and video chat as well as text messaging, either one on one or in a group setting, to ensure that employees have the ability to collaborate with one another from anywhere in the world. Streams will also give users an expanded slate of helpful services, such as screen sharing and secure file sync. Because the service is cloud based, users will be able to have access to all of their company’s information from anywhere in the world. Whole documents, presentations, and spreadsheets can be accessed remotely with just the push of a button, all while remaining secure.
“PanTerra has always led the industry in unified cloud functionality, reliability and security, Streams delivers the future of business communications... today. Anyone that has experienced Streams in action comes away with one word... Wow,” said Arthur Chang, the CEO and President of PanTerra. “Users of the service comment on how immediate the benefits of a unified cloud solution are realized through improvement in their work flow and industry analysts were blown away at how much functionality was seamlessly integrated into a simple, easy to use interface. We are super excited to see such a positive reception of Streams.”
PanTerra’s new offering is a good snapshot of what businesses are looking for in a unified communications service. They want the ability to communicate in a number of different forms of media quickly and easily, and share their files so that they can be worked on securely. Streams offers all of that functionality, and will thus likely be a hit with businesses.
Edited by Alicia Young